International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 5, Issue 3 (2017)
Site specific nutrient management in rice crop (MTU-1010) with special reference to nitrogen, phosphorus and Potassium in Inceptisols of Bemetara district of Chhattisgarh
Author(s): Neha Sahu, Akhilesh Kumar Kulmitra, Avinash Singh Thakur, Pragya Keshri, Satyendra Patley and VN Mishra
Abstract: Nitrogen is an integral part of all proteins and is one of the main chemical elements required for plant growth and photosynthesis. It is one of the most yield limiting major nutrients among N, P and K required for optimum crop production. In most agricultural conditions, availability of usable Nitrogen is the most limiting factor of high growth. The right amount of phosphorus can help crops yield more fruits and create healthier stocks and root systems. K does not become a part of the chemical structure of plants, it plays many important regulatory roles in increases crop yield and improves quality. Our objective were to identify role of important nutrients N, P and K and there deficiency symptoms. The omission plot technique is used to identify limiting nutrient. In a omission plot adequate amount of all nutrients are applied except for the one omitted nutrient. Total 11 treatments were tested with rice (MTU-1010) as a test crop, laid out in CRD with three replications. Status of N and P is deficient in Inceptisols of Bematara district of Chhattisgarh.
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Neha Sahu, Akhilesh Kumar Kulmitra, Avinash Singh Thakur, Pragya Keshri, Satyendra Patley, VN Mishra. Site specific nutrient management in rice crop (MTU-1010) with special reference to nitrogen, phosphorus and Potassium in Inceptisols of Bemetara district of Chhattisgarh. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(3):663-666.